Category Archives: Trade Rumors
Here are some more rumours going around as we near the draft and the free agency season.
In Anaheim, the Ducks are looking to shop the 2nd overall pick and are looking at getting either another first rounder and a player or an established player that will make an impact. i could see them wanting an offensive minded blueliner or could this pick be packaged for Bertuzzi?
With just a few days until the free agent signing period begins, here are the latest rumours for the biggest names soon to be on the market:
It has been just one day since a tentative agreement was reached between the league and NHLPA, and rumors about the upcoming offseason are already swirling. This is shaping up to be a frantic sprint to training camp, and here are some of the latest rumors.
In a recent article here on HTR it mentioned 5 players on the trading block. Those players were Sergei Fedorov, Todd Bertuzzi, Ed Jovanovski, Joe Thornton and Jeremy Roenick.
Hey all, I have so many rumors, I can’t even post them all. So here’s the trade rumors, and I’ll get to the UFA stuff later.
The latest on the Avs, Devils, Rangers, Blues, Islanders, Leafs, and Sabers….
there is a lot of rumours going on, on a french sport radio channel. They have listed down a list of rumors. Here’s the interresting ones concerning : Boston, Colorado, Los Angeles, Tampa Bay and Montreal
Hurricane Sergei coming?
Will it be Wesleaf or Wesleygone?
A broken Wing leaving this summer.
Hamrlik a goner?
And…..Martin Brodeur IS the devil himself!
The San Jose Sharks are clearing the deck and rugged LWinger Scott Thornton appears to be the next to go….
The Fourth Period – A well-placed source who spoke with TFP on the condition of anonymity has said that the Colorado Avalanche are close to acquiring center Brian Smolinski from the Los Angeles Kings.
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I’ll be updating everyone with rumors on every playoff spotted team, and what I believe they will do at the Trade Deadline….
This Kovalev story is becoming an unsolved mystery. Who will be the one in guilt to steal Kovalev?
Where will Palffy Zig-Zag?
Where will the Great White Shark go?
Rumors from the Rangers is that they might clear up their roster if they fail to make the playoffs. My take on that.
Adrian Aucoins recent groin injury may force the Isles to speed up trade talks with the Bruins about the services of Kyle McLaren.
After seven long months, I’ve decided to return with “A different look on trade rumours”. This edition: the Derek Morris trade, Byron Dafoe and Kyle McLaren
Spector is reporting that there is a rumor circulating that Paul Kariya will become a Los Angeles King very soon. The report states a defenceman and Bryan Smolinski would go the other way. This comes after the Anahiem Mighty Ducks announced they were lowering certain ticket prices and haulting the increase on others. I think with the announcement of ticket prices in Anaheim signals Kariya will soon be leaving the Duck Pond for bigger and better things. The Kings would make a good fit, they will be looking for a complement to their two strong forwards, Jason Allison and Zigmund Palffy. That would make a great line.
This week: a wrap-up of the trade deadline with an analysis of who won and who lost the major deals of the National Hockey League trade deadline on Tuesday.
Hello hockey fans. I sure hope you all had fun last night.
This week: a look at the “most likely” and “least likely” on the trading front heading into Tuesday’s trade deadline at 3:00 pm.
(Sources: Spector’s Rumours, Toronto Star, ESPN.com, HTR, TSN.ca, Canadian Press, The Hockey News)
A few trades to mention.
Stars trade Brunet to Senators- Anonymous
Preds deal Ronning to Kings- Anonymous
Thrashers acquire young tough defenceman Lessard- nskerr
We’ve just received five articles regarding the trades of the services for Tom Poti and Pavel Bure, and I’m including them all here. All the authors are “Anonymous”.
(Courtesy Spector’s Rumours)
Sorry for the delay: University work beckoned, and with the Olympic break there really wasn’t too much point talking trade. Anyhow, I’m back and this week it’s “Goaltender Week”: the searches/”shoppings” of the Toronto Maple Leafs, St. Louis Blues and Carolina Hurricanes of netminders.
(Sources: Spector’s Rumours, ESPN.com, Toronto Star)